*Disclaimer- My dad hates these beans. He says it’s the goat cheese, but I take everything he says about veggies in general with a grain of salt. He won’t eat carrots. EVER! So that just shows you what his vegetable thinking is. I don’t want to paint this post a little too rosy, so I thought I’d get that off my chest. BUT- Everyone else loves these beans, so at least give them a try:)
|See large bean wall next to glorious Zinnias:)|
Is this what your dinner plates have been looking like a lot lately? Ours have. I must admit that some nights dinner may be strictly watermelon, or peaches and cream. I will say though, that these are some of my favorite meals of the year. Maybe if I was able to eat like this year round it wouldn’t be so wonderful. But the fact that this season only lasts a short while, I relish every garden dinner I eat.
These beans were my Jimmy’s idea. We have a favorite bean recipe throughout the year and this is a take on that. Since everything seems to taste better when it’s roasted, and since it is so easy to do, I gave the suggestion a try. And it was a winner!
I have been buried in beans. At least 2 five gallon buckets a week. I’ve given them to anyone who will take them. You see, I only planted them this year for aesthetic purposes. I have a ton of bottled beans still from last year, as well as a bunch of Dilly Beans. I love the look of the tall bean poles next to the row of zinnias:) That’s all there is to it. So if you have beans, try them out one night like this. Good luck and happy gardening!!